Article II, Mississippi Constitution

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Article 2 of the Mississippi Constitution is entitled Boundaries of the State

Section 3

Text of Section 3:

Repealed.[1]

NOTE: Former Section 3 stated the limits and boundaries of the state of Mississippi.

The repeal of Section 3 was proposed by Laws of 1990, Ch. 692, Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 520, and upon ratification by the electorate on November 6, 1990, was deleted from the Constitution by proclamation of the Secretary of State on December 19, 1990.

Section 4

Text of Section 4:

Acquisition of Territory; Disputed Boundaries

The legislature shall have power to consent to the acquisition of additional territory by the state, and to make the same a part thereof; and the legislature may settle disputed boundaries between this state and its coterminus states whenever such disputes arise.[1]

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